Prince Harry will not stay in Britain after the funeral of the Duke of Edinburgh Philip

The Duke of Sussex will spend the night of April 18-19 at Frogmore Cottage near Windsor Castle and then travel to California, sources at the royal court said.

Britain’s Prince Harry will return to the United States on April 19 after the funeral of his grandfather, the Duke of Edinburgh Philip, which took place on the grounds of Windsor Castle on Saturday. This was reported on Sunday by the Daily Mail newspaper, citing sources in the royal court.

According to their information, Prince Harry will spend the night from Sunday to Monday again at Frogmore Cottage near Windsor Castle and then go to California. It is noted that it was in Frogmore that the Duke of Sussex and his wife Meghan Markle lived until the birth of their son Archie in 2019. At the same time, the publication stressed that the royal family “gave a cold reception” to Prince Harry during his short stay in his homeland.

Prince Harry arrived in the UK from the US a week ago to attend his grandfather’s funeral. At the same time, Meghan Markle remained in California on the advice of doctors. Experts involved in the analysis of the state of affairs in the royal family suggested that the return of the Duke of Sussex to the United Kingdom for the first time in a year on such a tragic occasion would help him to reconcile with his relatives and ultimately strengthen the British monarchy, but, according to preliminary estimates of the tabloids, this did not happen.

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